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of it. welcome, we come, welcome. let's have another contestant, george. >> george: patricia grabb, come on down. you're the next contestant on "the price is right." ( cheers and applause ) >> drew: patricia! hi, patricia. welcome to the show the touring cast of marry poppins in the audience. lowell hello hello! next prize, please, governor. >> george: next up, it's the price is right look of the week: sparkle. ( cheers and applause ) inspired by singer/actress selena gomez's red carpet look, make your wardrobe sparkle, with this diane von furstenberg silk shirt, sequined shorts and clutch. accessorize with this armani jewelry and add a pop of color with these suede gucci heels. >> drew: thank you, manuela, beautiful. as usual. patricia, what do you bid? >> 1500. >> drew: $1500. good luck. logan? >> i'm going to go with 1100. >> drew: $1100. megan? >> 1150. >> drew: 1150. harold? >> 3300. >> drew: $3300. actual retail price, $2,293. patricia. nice to see you. nice to see you. so, you're touring in the cast of mary poppins? >> yes, i'm one of the stage managers. >> drew: hey, all right! t
, ya no eran elegibles para continuar su proceso de residencia al cumplir los 21 aÑos.. s.o.t. patricia castorena/abogada de inmigración 2:49:13 esta decisión de la corte permite que ese beneficiaria derivado pueda retener su fecha de prioridad y no tenga que empezar de nuevo. la abogada patricia castorena, dice que la decisin afecta particularmente casos de hijos y hermanos de ciudadanos americanos con hijos menores de 21 aÑos.. el fallo les permite retener la fecha de prioridad. el tribunal dijo que funcionarios de inmigracin estaban erroneamente forzando a los inmigrantes a someter nuevas solicitudes de residencia y colocandolas de ltimo en la lista de espera. s.o.t. patricia castorena/abogada de inmigración 16:55:08 si una madre se convierte en residente permanente a través de su hermano ciudadano, ahora va a poder pedir a su hijo que tal vez esté en colombia o méxico y este hijo va a esperar menos tiempo para poder inmigrar y llegar al país para ser reunido con su madre, y ese es un beneficio muy grande. uno de los 5 jueces disidentes dijo que una nueva clase de solicitante
regresar patricia nos cuenta beneficios de la toronja, y la Última tecnologÍa en juguetes para bebÉ, ya regresamos. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> quÉ tal, buenos dÍas. les saluda satcha pretto, las noticias son esta, sale a la venta el libro que narra el operativo de cÓmo se ejecuto a osama bin laden. el autor del libro, es un miembro del cuerpo elite de la marina que participÓ en la ejecuciÓn, el pentÁgono, dijo que rompiÓ el codigo de silenco de operativos militares encubiertos, y se avecina demandas legales contra el autor. para los que decidierono por quiÉn votar en noviembre, he aquÍ una buena noticia, la votaciÓn adelantada comenmienza el jueves, 32 estados y columbia permiten votaciones anticipadas, espaÑa no aguanta mÁs con el desempleo, al finalizar agosto, mÁs de 38 mil desempleados se sumaron a la lista, un aumento de 1%. de esta forma, el nuevo incremento del desempleo. bajo la racha de descensos que registraba en 4 meses, la cifra supera 4 millones 625 mil, los niÑos con autismo son doblemente vÍctima, los convierte en blanco de acoso bullying, descrito por pa
of a man who makes what have we made? thank you. [applause] >> patricia leanne caldwell born in tennessee. daughter of robert and irma. at age of 3 moved to missouri and returned when she was 12 years old. patricia grew up with segregation and injustices which she writes about. she spent many countless hours in the nashville public library. it was her family life that was bountiful and flowing with tales told by her story telling grandfather. raised with love of reading and oral tradition. graduated from tennessee state and degree in english in 1964. she married her childhood friend on december 12. they are the parents of fredrick and twins robert and john. her education continued with a master's degree in early childhood literature, and programming in 1975 from webster university. patricia has a successful career as a teacher and children's book editor. she changed careers to become a full time writer of children and young adult books. her goal is to create books for and about african-americans. i write because there is a need to have books for, by and about the african-american experien
gobierno del estado de méxico establece este viernes la moción diputado, patricia serrano en la población de ciudad neza, aseguran que lo asesinó su esposa, ya que el crimen está relacionado con la crimen ha realizado como se había dicho en un principio, y lo que ha provocado además la presencia masiva de militares, hay más detalles de este brutal asesinato. >> el diputado jaime serrano sirvió envuelto domingo pasado en las primeras veces que se quería salir a recoger predico ya entrar a su casa y tenía una herida en el pecho y sangraba. sus familiares lo trasladaron de mi atora clínica, el diputado murió en el hospital producto de la herida que producida con un arma contra punzante, pero no fue el crimen organizado como se pensó inicialmente que lo mató. según la procuraduría habría sido la propia esposa del diputado su presunta asesina. >> concluyendo con certeza que los hechos que desencadenaron la muerte de jaime serrano tuvieron su origen en el interior de su domicilio derivado de una diferencia conyugal, y que quien causó esa lesión fue la señora patricia grimaldo
yesterday. patricia died six months ago in a confrontation with a police officer. autria godfrey reports from culpeper. >> i still have a lot of questions i would like to find out what's going on. gary cook spoke with us in february, dumfounded after discovering his wife had died a disturbing altercation with an officer. >> she was not armed. >> is search for truth was cut short. old man was found his questions unanswered and his neighbors in disbelief. i was shocked. was a hard-working man. >> maintenance workers found his apartment along french way. the investigation is early, but say that foul play does not appear to be a factor. .all long friendship way >> he said everything had been ok.g >> he is currently embroiled in battle with culpeper police. in may he filed a $5 million the department, wife was killed of veteran officer daniel harmon-wright. routine traffic stop turned ok was shotn co times at point-blank range. incident led to murder charges against the officer and file theiek crouse to wrongful death lawsuit. in the lawsuit, he was asking than $5 million in compensatory and
, come on down! ( cheers and applause ) patricia mcglone, come on down! ( cheers and applause ) and shadd clausen, come on down! ( cheers and applause ) you are the first four contestants on "the price is right." and now, here's your host, drew carey! ( cheers and applause ) >> drew: welcome to the show everybody! nice to see you-- celebrity week on "the price is right" got a special celebrity coming out. hey, say hi to george gray! >> george: hi drew. hi everybody, how are you! ( cheers and applause ) >> dave: yeah, celebrity charity week on "the price is right." we're going to find out who the celebrity is in a minute. good luck to the four of you, good luck to everybody in the audience. george, what's the first prize today? >> george: we are going to start things off with designer accessories. ( cheers and applause ) accessorize with some color using any of these six dolce & gabbana accessories. the three silk scarves feature bold shades of orange, blue, and navy, while the three pairs of sunglasses keep you looking cool in the sunshine. ( cheers and applause ) >> dave: it goes to whoe
his convention with a spring in his step and a bounce in the polls. joining me now is patricia murphy, editor of citizen jane politics and dana milbank, columnist for "the washington post." thank you both for joining me. >> hi, reverend. >> thank you. >> the president has sharpened his image to take all the way to election day. what do you think? >> well, look. this is exactly the sort of position he wants to be in after labor day. we want to be careful with any one poll, because these polls can bounce around a lot. but if this gallup result is confirmed in other polls next week, he's going to be in quite a formidable position going into the election which is a huge surprise given where the economy is and given the ae tacks he's sustained. had not a terrific unemployment report today. but if he's getting the bounce it appears he's initially getting after romney had no bounce at his convention and he's got what seems to be a message that's resonating, he's going to be in a very good position. >> patricia, if the bounce is reflected in other polls and you look at the fact that nearly 50
literature, and programming in 1975 from webster university. patricia has a successful career as a teacher and children's book editor. she changed careers to become a full time writer of children and young adult books. her goal is to create books for and about african-americans. i write because there is a need to have books for, by and about the african-american experience and how we helped to develop this country. i present to you patricia makinsik heart of literacy. >> i am from st. louis, missouri. a lot of you think i have said it in correctly when i said missouri. you think i got it slid into my southern dialect, right? no. i was not born in st. louis. i was born in nashville, tennessee, a little town side of nashville. that is where i grew up, went to high school, met and married my husband. moved back to st. louis where i lived part of my life. i heard people saying missouri and missouri. what is the correct pronunciation of our new home? the best place to go when you want information is where? >> [inaudible]. >> of course, we all know that. i went to the library and the librarian
of interest by governments and ngo's in girls and women's empowerment and well-being. so patricia is the international community finally taking women's empowerment seriously? >> absolutely i think so with the leadership of secretary clinton and leaders by the former president of chilean president, michelle bachelet, i'm confident they will start making a difference. >> i think we have come a long way having susan rice as our ambassador and hillary clinton but we have a long way to go but this is a good start. >> the investments are being made and we are working toward it is but there is a big gap. a gender lens has to be applied to every program not just women-specific initiatives. >> the international community maybe attention that could trickle down but will matter is what happens in communities on the ground. >> exactly you've worked on government u.s.a. id contracts what is going to happen? there are all the commitments let's go to equality, equal inheritance laws, equal rights. help in war zones. to stop crimes against women. which i think is a difficult one. it is in a war z
patricia... died last fall at the age of 80. we created a section on our website... called "remembering art modell."there... ou can watch raw interviews with modell... post your comments... or look through &pour gallery of photos from throughout the years.just go to fox baltiiore dot com... and click on "remembering art modell" under hot topics. 3 baltimore police are remebering officer "forrest taylor" who diee last week from complicaitons from surgery. he was in a car accident while on duty taylor's funeral will be held at the "cathedral of mary our queen" ...at 10 oclock this morning. several roads will be closed.expect delays throughout the morning... on route 83... 695... 97... and 50. the unemployment numbers are released for the month of august... and 96-thousand jobs were added last month not as great as riginally projected as the u-s goverrment says the unemployment rate fell to 8 pointt1 percent. economists several reports suggested coming months. cheers erupt outside the illinois courthhuse... where drew peterson was found guilty in the murder of his third wiff
, will ferrell had the best george w. bush impression. patricia's favorite was tina fey as sarah palin and brandon's favorite is still darrell hammond. first, we want to hear about your favorite political comedians. head over to facebook and search "politicsnation" and "like" us to join the conversation that keeps going long after the show ends. up. a short word that's a tall order. up your game. up the ante. and if you stumble, you get back up. up isn't easy, and we ought to know. we're in the business of up. everyday delta flies a quarter of million people while investing billions improving everything from booking to baggage claim. we're raising the bar on flying and tomorrow we will up it yet again. >>> now, you can't stand up to china when all you've done is sent them our jobs. you can talk a good game but i like to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. >> that was president obama today in ohio slamming mitt romney on his outsourcing record. while the romney campaign is faltering, the president is on message driving home the truth about the gop's economic plan. >> tax cuts, tax cu
, nationally syndicated radio host of morning with madison and patricia murphy, editor of citizen jane politics. thank you both for being here. >> thank you, reverend. >> thank you. >> patricia, hearing the president there, has mr. romney served him an issue on a platter? >> he has served the president a number of issues on a platter but absolutely. it's the economic issue that romney has really handed over to barack obama and this was an area that the romney campaign really felt like they were going to be strongest. we've seen in ohio, just like the rest of the country, ever since the democratic convention, president obama has started to pull away from mitt romney in ohio and in the country. it was the bounce that he got from the democratic convention and also really the bounce that he's been getting from these gaffes and they are just not random things he shouldn't have said, they are keyed up on the economy and on fairness and those are the issues that the obama campaign wants to be playing on. so every time that mitt romney says something like this, we're starting to see the president pull
on booktv and on booktv.org. >> up next on booktv, former north chicago superintendent of schools patricia pickles presents her thoughts on how to improve the american educational systemment -- system. [applause] >> first, i thank the business leaders for allowing me to share my visit -- vision in education. i also want to recognize some of the groups or organizations that i provide service and support, aka, alpha capita alpha -- kappa alpha, the urban league and the urban league guild, and the national association for the mentally ill. thank you for being here. i am patricia pickles, the author of "are you in a pickle? : lessons along the way, student performance and achievement gaps." i am the first college graduate from if my immediate family. when i was in high school, i was tracked into general classes, i was tracked on the basis of where i lived, my zip code. i was tracked on the basis of what my parents did or did not do, and i was tracked on the basis of my race. i'm extremely passionate about insuring that every student in every classroom in every school across america has an oppo
rose barnes sheila patricia barnes evan j. baron renee barrett-arjune arthur thaddeus barry diane g. barry maurice vincent barry scott d. bart carlton w. bartels guy barzvi inna b. basina alysia basmajian kenneth william basnicki stephen joseph bates. paul james battaglia walter david bauer, jr. marlyn capito bautista and my father. >> and my brother, james alder press. we would like to see the change, especially my brother. jimmy, we did note that morning god was going to call your name. in life, we love you dearly. and that's we do the same. it broke our hearts to lose you, which you weren't alone. part of us went with you at the day god called you home. he left so many memories and your love is still archived. and though we cannot see you come you are always our side. our family chain is broken and nothing is the same. but as god calls us one by one, the chains are linked again. love you, jimmy. michele beale paul frederick beatini jane s. beatty lawrence ira beck manette marie beckles carl john bedigian michael earnest beekman maria a. behr yelena belilovsky nina patrice bell de
for the u.s. economy? >> patricia powell is the founder and ceo of powell financial group. good to see you. >> good to be here. >> arthel: first let's talk about this backlog of goods. what does this significant nigh? >> it signifies that china is slowing and it's been slowing now for six straight quarters. the most recent gdp numbers coming in at 7.6. it's not the absolute numbers that are important. it's the change and the change is declining. what they've done is made a classic mistake. they've kept manufacturing, expecting next quarter to be better, next quarter to be better and it hasn't been. they are loaded up with goods and nobody is buying. >> arthel: speak of manufacturers, is this good for american manufacturers, perhaps, to gain some of this home item and what about that economy, the u.s. economy, as well as the global economy? >> actually it's bad for everybody. it's bad -- china has been one of the bright stars in the world economy for the last four years as we've gotten through our banking crisis and as we switched to the attention on the sovereign debt crisis in europe. ch
of the deaths of 73-year- old patricia miller and her sister joan. they say that patricia died first of coronary artery disease. authorities say patricia was joan's caretaker and that after her death, joan was alone to fend for herself. they say that she died about a month later from hypertherm -- hyperthermia when her bills were not paid and her heat was turned off. >>> and i'm back here in just a couple of minutes fog is back at the coast. temperatures are going to trend down a little bit. your weekend is right around the [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's all the speed you need all at a great price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what you enjoy online. and with at&t, our wireless gateway turns your home into a private w
's department released the time line of the deaths of 73-year- old patricia miller and her sister joan. they say that patricia died first of coronary artery disease. authorities say patricia was joan's caretaker and that after her death, joan was alone to fend for herself. they say that she died about a month later from hypertherm -- hyperthermia when her bills were not paid and her heat was turned off. >>> and i'm back here in just a couple of minutes fog is back at the coast. temperatures are going to trend down a little bit. your weekend is right around the corner. i'll tell you which day will be the warmest and when we can expect changes. >> and the local landmark that is featured in a video that has gone viral. man: there's a cattle guard, take a right. do you have any idea where you're going ? wherever the wind takes me. this is so off course. nature can surprise you sometimes... next time, you drive. next time, signal your turn. ...that's why we got a subaru. love wherever the road takes you. >>> stanford police are warning about a series of sexual assaults. a female student says she was
a civil lawsuit after wife, patricia, was shot and killed by a culpeper police officer. been fired and charged in her death. coming up, and gas station sign and anchored a driver's. drivers. [ romney ] this president can ask us to be patient. thipresident can tell us it was someone else's fault. but this president cannot tell us that you're better off today than when he took office. [ female announcer ] here in virginia, we' not better off under preside obama. his defense cuts threaten over one hundred thirty thousand jobs, lowering home values, putting families at risk. the romney plan? tax cuts for middle class filies. north american energy independence. create over three hundred forty thousand new jobs for virginia. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approved this message. >> tonight both campaigns e for rallies in virginia tomorrow. hours ago mitt romney held a conference and focused on bombing in libya that christopher stephens. this evening he arrived at airport. he is scheduled to hold a rally at van dyck park. will be there. tomorrow evening michelle obama the university of w
......a controversial measure facing election.....(8:033(patricia esposito)i just have problems with illegal people......its a measure passed by the legislature that would giie eligible undocumented students a chance at a coolege education by paying in-state tuitionnrates..... (45:57)(hickson)we want to make sure we keep educated people here and we educate the people we have.....it was an issue discussed here at the fox 45 studios......a town hall meeting .......that had heated moments.... (26:50)(heated exchange)you are also proud to be an irishman.......you must love me since you love illegals..... the dream act...... which will 3 now be decided by voters states that a student may only receive tuition breaks if they register at a community college wwthin four years of receiving their maryland high school diploma and attend a maryland high school for three years.....provide documentation that their parents or legal guardians filed maryland income taxes for three years that the high school.....(2:21)(dytynia reed)it shows that you are invested in the younger generations in the residents of the stat
that was just the short list of the different charities that have been helped by art and patricia. he will be missed in many, many different regards. his funeral service will be held here on saturday. we will have all the details on the website at abc 2news.com. reporting live. >> we have been getting statements all day from members of the ravens family. the team owner said that he was my friend, my mentor, how fortunate i am to have had him teach me about the nfl. we. >>> and ravens head coach released a long statement about his relationship. he said in part art made me feel like i could accomplish anything. he was the most encouraging soul i ever came across. he up lifted everybody around him. i loved art and he loved my family including my parents. he welcomed us to baltimore with the real warmth and grace. it's often said about those in the hall of fame that can you write the history of the league without him? the answer with art is resounding. >>> for more on his life, his legacy and reaction to his death, head to the website we have a slide show of, you will find it there on th
. >>> serÍa grave. y tenemos a jessy patricia que dirÁ los beneficios de la toronja. >>> con lo que me gustan las toronjas. >>> aja. >>> es bueno para adelgazar, me echo el juguito toda lmaÑanas. >>> vamos los papÁs que tienen bebÉs tecnolÓgicos, los juguetes de Última tecnologÍa, estÁ buenÍsimo. >>> mi babe tiene que ser tecnolÓgico. >>> que lo tengas, si no quieres tener. >>> todavÍa no carlitos. >>> y tÚ para cuÁndo el segundo? >>> mÁs adelante. >>> y tÚ? cevno, yo no. >>> vamos a hablar de algo interesante en caracas. el tabu del pull dancing en pÚblico. >>> traduceme, quÉ es eso? >>> el baile del tubo. hay clases, y estÚdios dedicados al pull dancing, una periodista de 25 aÑos en caracas, lo comenzÓ a hacer en pÚblico, en la calle, se puso a bailar con tubos y un grupo de chicas. >>> en paÑos menores? >>> en rosita sexy, de ejercicio. >>> no hay comercia mÁnera que lo traiga. >>> no es un show. >>> estarÍa en primera fila. >>> muchos dicen que es un mal ejemplo para los niÑos. >>> es verdad, hay que ser honestos. >>> ella dicen que es una forma de aerobicos, gober
and three of her friends. she is very, very excited. >> the lucky winner is patricia bone bray. is that good? >> it's excellent. >> i got nothing. >> i don't have much in the weather. >> that's good stuff. >> this time of the year no news is good news. i want to take another look. i love this new camera at havre de grace because we know the susquehanna is such a landmark for all marylanders. what a gorgeous finish to the drai. show you some time lapse photography. blue sky the rule here. enjoying the afternoon and in baltimore what a great finish to the day as the orioles had some last second chances to get it done. now if the yankees could lose one now. 77 degrees. the dew point number in the mid-40s. this is dry comfortable cool air. this is where we'll see the numbers all weekend in the 70s. warmer today. we'll be there again tomorrow. then we'll cool off for saturday and sunday. saturday could be quite the breezy day. dry conditions continue tonight. nothing in the sky at the moment, not even a cloud. further west we'll track a line of showers approaching western maryland by tomorrow aft
older sister patricia. always patricia, patricia, patricia. >> i'd like to speak out for my mom right now. >> i have a brother and sister, sister and i were really close in age. my mom was so conscientious. she bent over backwards to make it clear she had no favorites, if i got a lollipop, my sister got a lollipop and whatever it was, she worked hard tat so much so that both of us grew up knowing that they loved us equally. >> the point, the blogger was making, is that -- with his son that he was saying he's favored, now able to play ball with him, maybe at a different age, and i think there's certainly something to be said, you're more relating to that child. >> it's human relationships. >> right, exactly. >> i love all three girls the same, maybe one that's funnier and crazy we relate better. any parent that publicly says that. >> to write about it because your child is going to live with that and read it. >> let's sign up for therapy sessions. >> definitely. let's move on. have you seen this fashion model strutting the runway in milan six months pregnant. i think she looks spectacu
that on to my children. >> there's my older sister patricia. always patricia, patricia, patricia. >> i'd like to speak out for my mom right now. >> i have a brother and sister, sister and i were really close in age. my mom was so conscientious. she bent over backwards to make it clear she had no favorites, if i got a lollipop, my sister got a lollipop and whatever it was, she worked hard tat so much so that both of us grew up knowing that they loved us equally. >> the point, the blogger was making, is that -- with his son that he was saying he's favored, now able to play ball with him, maybe at a different age, and i think there's certainly something to be said, you're more relating to that child. >> it's human relationships. >> right, exactly. >> i love all three girls the same, maybe one that's funnier and crazy we relate better. any parent that publicly says that. >> to write about it because your child is going to live with that and read it. >> let's sign up for therapy sessions. >> definitely. let's move on. have you seen this fashion model strutting the runway in milan six months pregna
but family members confirmed one of the members was patricia martin from pleasanton. -- pleasanton. she and her boyfriend were found shot to death on friday. police believe it was perhaps a murder/suicide or perhaps a double suicide. earlier, patricia's mother said her daughter had runaway. >>> they are expected to get a light sculpture project for the bay bridge. take a look at the bay lights project and it will include more than 2 5,000 energy efficient lights right on the western span of the bay bridge. they are raising $8 million to pay for that project. he will be joining former san francisco willie brown for a news conference which is at 10:30 this morning. let's check in on sal for traffic, sal? >>> good morning, traffic has been moving along well around the bay area so far. this is a look at highway 4 and it looks very nice coming to the willow pass grade in fact traffic continues to look nice all the way into the concord area. this morning's commute is coming to the san francisco bay toll plaza and traffic is moving well into the city. if you look at the peninsular traffic here
for the mentally ill, thank you for being here. i'm patricia pick m, author of "are you in a pickle j ifs, and i'm the first graduate in my family. i was classed on the basis of where i lived, my zip code, and tracked on what my parents did or did not did, and i was tracked on the by sis of my race i'm extremely passionate in ensuring that every student in every classroom in every school across america has an opportunity to be successful, to have choices. how many of you have children in school? raise your hand. grandchildren? nieces? nephews? cousins? [laughter] then education is your business. education is your business because a substantial amount of tax dollars go to public education. education is your business because we prepare workers. we prepare them for you. right now, almost half of the students who go to higher education as well as the world of work are reported as not being ready for the real world. there is something we can do about it, and that's why i'm here today, but i think first of all, we really need to recognize that educators have challenges in front of them. the foreclosur
months after his wife patricia was killed. brianne carter has the story from culpeper. >> gary cook, whose wife was year, waslier this inside is culpeper apartment on tuesday. >> i was shocked. he was a hard-working man. i always saw him on the go. maintenance workers found his routinele performing work. appearsay it does not foul play was a factor. six months ago his wife patricia n altercation with a copper police officer. for months he has been searching for answers. >> i still have a lot of questions. >> in may he filed a $5 million lawsuit against the department, yearsng his wife of eight killed and cans of veteran officer daniel harmon-wright. the routine traffic stop turned violent and cook was shot times at point-blank range. officer now faces charges. it is 58 degrees outside. >> of chicago -- the chicago strike for the third day. strike for the third day. >> excuse us, while we change into something more comfortable. cool. introducing, the square sunnyd bottle. with no added sugar. just one glass equals two servings of fruit. very "fruit-ritious." or try ocean spray light
that patricia cook was gunned down, killed by a police officer here at the catholic school. well, since her death, her husband gary cook had gone public demanding answers from the police department. well, tonight he too, is dead. >> i'm frustrated. i'm sad. i'm fighting bacteria right now. >> reporter: that was gary cook back in february following the death of his wife patricia cook. she was shot by daniel harmon-wright outraged in him facing murder charges. according to virginia state police, cook was found dead inside his apartment on tuesday after a maintenance worker had gone inside. investigators don't suspect foul play. during an interview earlier this year, cook told 9news he had multiple health issues. they're trying to figure out if he died from natural causes or if this was a suicide. >> so the ambulance people went in. they were in there maybe 10 minutes and then they walked out and they said he's dead. >> reporter: neighbors like kelly step who lived next to cook are left shock wondering if there was anything they could have done to help him. they say he had been dead for days.
markets. >> automatic the toe makers are gathering to unveil their latest models and patricia joins us with the latest. what have you seen, what's impressed you the most? >> i tell you what, there's a lot of new releases coming from the mass market like peugeot, for example, ati. on the other hand, we have fantastic new releases, for example the gt 3 from bentley announcing that they will go back into the racing business. and i also managed to catch up with the ceo of vw group, we discussed a lot about the seven theories of the gulf generation but also about the outlook in general now that porsche is part of their brand collection. >> we're talking about the outlook for 2013 and not for 2012. 2013 will be a very ambitious year. especially in europe. but we've confirmed our targets in 2012. >> the european car market is down about 6%. no big surprise there. countries such as france and italy in general. so the question really is to these big corporations which are being rebuilt, what can companies do to help to sort out the european debt crisis. >> out of 520,000 people that work for us
junior and editor of citizen jane politics patricia murphy as well a contributor for "newsweek" and the daily beast. patricia, does mitt romney releasing the 2011 tax returns settle the issue for him or open pandora's box? considering he gave the full 2011 release he gave the summary for the last 20 years. >> well, it definitely does not settle the issue. in fact i think it really raises more questions. this is going to raise questions for the people who want to be asking these questions in the first place. democrats obviously pounced on this. and they are going again through the details of these tax returns. but the really strange part was this 20-year summary of the rom taks /* /- -- the romney's taxes. this year's tax returns something very unusual the rom niece paid more than they needed to. they could have paid a 10% rate. instead they paid a 14% rate. it reminds us the only tax returns they've gotten from the romneys are the ones they released when he knew he was running for president. it doesn't settle the issue at all but raises more questions. >> doesn't it strike you
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each. >> thank you. >> calling for speakers in support of the d.r. request, sir. >> patricia voy, merchant. our association wasn't even notified of this issue. second of all, when a compromised proposal was on the table it should be worked on. this reeks of 273537 baker no. reply. no one inch. i'm going to get what i want. this bothers me. you are going to be neighbors, et cetera. it doesn't follow design guideline from what i have seen. i only found out about this three days ago. i fully believe the fact that they should have tried to compromise the developers. and they didn't. my suggestion is to the one side wants it moved back seven feet, the other side moves it back none. why don't you move it back three and a half or four. see if you can come up with a compromise for them because the developer doesn't want to compromise at all. i thank all sides. i want to mention this. just so you know, this closing up of light wells and going wall-to-wall with not the proper fire codes, this mouse must be sprinkles from one end to the other. for 30 years i have heard fire people tell me w
the entire category has 15-minute time limit. >> patricia voy, neighbors of merchants. a group of us from different organizations had a meeting just to catch up on what's going on in the neighborhoods. we discovered there is a lobbyist that in north beach and on polk street both went down, formed a bogus neighborhood association in order to get their approval through. i want you to be very careful of who comes up to see you because it's happened twice. if anything comes up as a new business district of such and such, be careful on -- i discovered it after one of my merchants came to me and said they were busy in a meeting, real busy in the restaurant. people waiting until they are busy, then they say sign this piece of paper. to get rid of them they sign and find out they signed for an association that they didn't want to be a part of. and i want you to know this is happening. in the other cases the associations disappeared after the hearing. so i want you to be very well aware of what's coming in front of you and who it is. so this is an integrity issue. thank you. >> thank you. oh, lind
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